I've had 3 incidents of rather severe eye pain and temporary distortion of vision in the past 2 weeks. They all happened in the morning, not long after I woke up. They each lasted btwn 10-20 minutes, during which the pain moved from just below my eyebrow and under my eye into the very center of my eye, became a bit intense for a while, then eventually dissipated. I had distorted vision for about an hour or two after each episode. The last of these eye pain incidents was yesterday morning. So I got myself in to see the eye doctor yesterday afternoon and had the problem checked out. He said my eye looked fine, that there was no damage to the optic nerve, and that everything "looked clean and normal." He checked the eye pressure which was normal too. After examining my eye, he told me that I have very narrow eye drainage channels and that makes me more prone to glaucoma, specifically to incidents of angle closure glaucoma, which are much worse than the incidents I experienced and are a medical emergency. He said this could be remedied by having a laser surgery to open the channel and make it bigger. I told him I was not inclined towards doing any surgery on my eye. He said for now he wants me to monitor the problem and make note of any other incidents I have, when they occur, how long they last, etc, and check in with him if they continue happening. I am looking in to what I can do to help the circulation in my eye, so that this doesn't happen anymore. And what I can do if and when it does happen, to help to quickly relieve the eye pressure in those moments. Any input regarding eye health would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.